2 edition of Evolving an effective agricultural land use policy for Nigeria found in the catalog.
Evolving an effective agricultural land use policy for Nigeria
National Seminar on Land Use Policies and Practices (1998 Ibadan, Nigeria)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||organised by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources.|
|Contributions||Nigeria. Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources.|
|LC Classifications||HD1021.Z63 N38 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||00420540|
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The impact of agricultural policies on nigerian economy public administration and local government a thesis submitted to the department of public administration and local government, faculty of social sciences, university of nigeria, nsukka webmaster digitally signed by webmaster’s nameFile Size: KB.
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Introducing land administration Part 1 of this book introduces the concept and principles of land administration in addition to providing an overview of the structure and objectives of the book.
It explains how the concept of land administration has evolved and continues to evolve as part of a wider land management paradigm. THE ROLE OF FOOD, AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES IN HUMAN NUTRITION – Vol. III - The Impact of Urbanization on Rural Land Use - Christopher Bryant ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) community are treated.
Finally, issues of policy and collective action are treated in a concluding section, in the context of sustainability. the government to promulgate another land policy instrument on the 29th March, know as Land Use Act (LUA) the principal Nigerian land policy with regard to all land which will, to a great extent unify the laws relating to land tenure in Nigeria.
The LUA has done away with the various state land laws governing land tenure system in the country. From to, sq km of new agricultural land were taken under the plough, with an additionalsq km from to The magnitude of these transitions — together exceeding the size of the entire country of Ghana— is unparalleled in the region.
After independence inthe Government of Northern Nigeria enacted a new law titled 'Land Tenure Law ' It is pertinent to note that one of the major declarations of the Land Tenure Law, like its predecessor, was that all lands in north- ern Nigeria were under the control and subject to the disposition of the Governor and were to be held and administered for the use and common.
Agriculture in Nigeria could use a little push at strategic points if success is to be achieved, there is a need for the education of farmers, most farmer in Nigeria who engage in subsistence agriculture have very little knowledge of the operational method of the improved agricultural system If farmers in Nigeria are provided with the necessary.
industries that large-scale agricultural production establishment are likely to attract. Therefore, where the pressure on land is not very great, potential large-scale farmers will be assisted to acquire land.
Large-scale farmers will also benefit from a liberal import policy File Size: KB. The development of the National Agricultural Policy comes against the background of the fact that since the National Agriculture Policy ofthe sector has been operating in context of rapid changes and evolving dynamics in policy and institutional environments at national, regional, continental and international Size: 1MB.
social class. Time use surveys, which are more comprehensive but typically not nationally representative, add further insight into the substantial heterogeneity among countries and within countries in women’s contribution to agriculture.
They show that female time-use in agriculture varies also by crop, production cycle, age and ethnic Size: KB. issue of land tenure systems and agricultural productivity in Nigeria. It is basically focused on the understanding of land tenure from a Nigerian perspective, types of land tenure systems, the land use decree and its constraints in relation to agricultural production and above all, the impact of landFile Size: KB.
The study identified the beneficiary-related constraints in implementing the NALDA Programme in Abia and Enugu States of Nigeria. Data were collected through a questionnaire survey of NALDA staff and participating farmers.
The results show that eight out of the ten important service roles of NALDA to the participating farmers were inadequately : A.
Agwu, A. Anyanwu. the policy that need updating for effective agricultural extension practice. The study was based on desk review. The information presented was from secondary sources. Namely the National Information Technology Policy for Nigeria and relevant general objectives of IT policy in Nigeria are to include the following.
Name of Research Group: SUSTAINABLE LAND USE AND CONSERVATION INITIATIVES (SLUCI). Focal Area: Southeastern Nigeria. Base Faculty: Faculty of Agriculture, Uiversity of Nigeria, Nsukka.
Justification. The concept of land has been defined as the area of the earth’s surface the characteristics of which embrace all reasonably stable, or predictable cyclic attributes of the atmosphere vertically.
access to and low uptake of high quality seeds, low fertiliser use and inefficient production systems lead to this shortfall. Despite a seven percent growth rate in agricultural production (–), Nigeria’s food import bill has risen. The growing population is dependent on File Size: KB.
The study investigated the constraints to agricultural development in Nigeria using time series data spanning the period – and contemporary econometric methods of unit root test, co-integration and error-correction Size: KB.
Bounded city with agricultural belt integrate town and country Community ownership of the land, with public revenues based on rents rather than taxes Social reform and economic self-sufficiency “Town and country must be married, and out of this joyous union will spring a.
The use of technology for agriculture in Nigeria and Africa is as low as negligible. Our farmers are still using manual farm tools to cultivate their land, resulting in low quantity of crop production and slow rate of growth and development. food production policy and principles of the government of Nigeria and amplifies reasons for the lack of alternative.
This work is however divided into five parts. The first is the introduction while the second aspect examines agricultural and food production policy in Size: KB. Agricultural Development Intervention Programmes in Nigeria ( To Date): A Review.
Daneji, M. I. Department of Agricultural Economics & Extension, Bayero University Kano, Nigeria. Abstract. Development of Nigeria’s Agricultural Sub-sector will be imperative if meaningful and sustainable national development is Size: 80KB.SOME ASPECTS OF LAND REFORM AND IMPLEMENTATIONPOLICY IN NIGERIA Depariment of AgriculturalEconomics and Extension, University of Nigeria,Nsukka, Anambra State, Nigeria (Received: 15 December) SUMMARY Nigeria is a member of the United Nations world body has, sincebeen actively interested in agrarianand land reform Cited by: 2.The loss of agricultural land is due largely to land degradation, such as erosion, which is when soil components move from one location to another by wind or water.
Agricultural land is also being.